DASSEL, COKATO, MN – Dassel-Cokato High School students applauded as their 2018 homecoming royalty was announced Oct. 5: Paul Raisanen was elected king, Megan Nelson as queen, and Cade Anderson and Patricia Aho as first attendants. See more photos from homecoming week in the Oct. 12 edition of the Enterprise Dispatch.
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DASSEL-COKATO: The Dassel-Cokato School Board will meet in closed session at 5 p.m. Monday, Sept. 10. The only major item on the meeting’s agenda is a “superintendent review.” The meeting takes place at a typically scheduled date and time, and the review of the district superintendent is an annual part of the school board’s typical process.
DASSEL, COKATO, MN – After a year of serving the students and staff of Dassel-Cokato High School (DCHS), dean of students Matt Foss recently announced “with mixed emotions” his acceptance of the head principal position at Glencoe-Silver Lake (GSL) High School.
Read the full story in the July 27 edition of the Enterprise Dispatch. Click here to subscribe to the print and online edition.
PHOTO GALLERY – Dassel-Cokato graduated its Class of 2018. Click here to see highlights from the ceremony. Select images will appear in the June 8 edition of the Enterprise Dispatch.
DASSEL, MN – Third-grade Dassel Elementary students will be performing a concert at Breed’s Park Friday, May 18 at 2:30 p.m. Singer and songwriter Charlie Maguire will also be performing with them.
Read about Maguire’s visit to Dassel and Cokato Elementary schools in the May 11 edition of the Enterprise Dispatch. Click here to subscribe to the print and online edition.
DASSEL, COKATO, MN – It’s safe to say that the Dassel-Cokato fine arts community does not hide its talents under a basket. From instrumentals to theatricals to ceramics, DC has its share of artists, and the school district has come up with a new way of recognizing some of its extraordinary artists: the DC Fine Arts Hall of Fame.
The purpose “is to give [biennial] recognition to those individuals who have exemplified the DC fine arts programs, either while attending, teaching, or volunteering for the DC School District,” according to Fine Arts Hall of Fame Committee member Deb Moen.
These can include contributions to music, theater, or visual arts.
Nominations are due in the DC activities office Friday, June 1.
Read more about this recognition in the May 18 edition of the Enterprise Dispatch. Click here to subscribe to the print and online edition.